The honor goes to a freelance director focused on building just communities through generative work, consensus organizing, and research and development.
The second round of 2021-22 Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards, totaling $731,000, will support 16 world premiere productions with extended development and rehearsal time.
A seasoned fundraiser, she is tasked with activating and growing TCG’s major gifts and planned giving.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation will provide $1.6 million in support for the initiative.
The 2022-23 program will assemble a cohort of early-career BIPOC leaders from Pittsburgh, the site of TCG’s next conference.
200 titles from TCG’s collection will be part of the expansive digital library.
Jenkins will create and implement a comprehensive marketing plan to advance TCG’s mission.
A look at the fiscal state of the field from fall 2019 to fall 2020 shows a drop in ticket income and a spike in governmental support.
TCG’s THRIVE! regranting program, led by the needs and concerns of BIPOC artists and leaders, aims to rewrite the theatre funding process.
The schedule includes virtual events in October, December, and January, and an in-person gathering in November.